what will it take to have consistent soft stools?!

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Re: what will it take to have consistent soft stools?!

Postby Ani » 01 Jul 2019, 17:03

missy moo wrote:Adam how are you going? I find that the magnesium and Vitamin C to be the best stool softener it's very reliable and consistent compared to other softeners.


May I ask you what dosages and form of vitamin C and magnesium you take? Have you used PEG/Macrogol (Miralax) in the past? If yes, how do they compare?

Thanks!
20/01: Slowly healing fissure-like wound due to surgery
11/03: Started Diltiazem.
07/06: Barely any pain or blood, but it's not fully healed yet.
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Re: what will it take to have consistent soft stools?!

Postby missy moo » 01 Jul 2019, 21:16

I use vit C powder non acidic type plus magnesium citrate in powder form I've used the macrogol before but with macrogol I would sometimes get hard BM tips but now I dont
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Re: what will it take to have consistent soft stools?!

Postby Jess0121 » 12 Jul 2019, 21:11

Not sure what kind of magnesium everyone is taking but I highly recommend H2go, it is active magnesium, will keep you regular. You can buy it on Amazon.
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Re: what will it take to have consistent soft stools?!

Postby Abu » 13 Jul 2019, 08:43

I use natural calm also from Amazon
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Re: what will it take to have consistent soft stools?!

Postby missy moo » 14 Jul 2019, 16:18

Abu are you back on the natural calm? I'm still taking the magnesium citrate and the vitamin C powder and I'm trying to take the mineral drops too but I'm wondering if maybe the natural calm is better on its own long-term?
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